Rescue efforts underway in bangladesh have so far failed to locate the bodies of the 23-year-old, whose wife was also believed dead. The rescue is being led by the Bangladesh National Rescue Mission (BNMR) and the Bangladesh Coast Guard.
In February, the rescue of another 29-y바카라사이트ear-old woman, Nisha, who went missing after her bus became stuck in mud, failed to produce any sign of her, though rescue volunteers had spotted her body lying beside her own in the sea a month later. Police initially claimed카지노 사이트 Nisha drowned while she was on a trip with a family friend. She had reportedly been taken to the island of Chittagong in Indian waters while hitchhiking.
According to Indian media reports, Nisha’s husband had asked the driver of the bus not to stop the bus if he was in distress and that the driver should put the brakes down. The driver, however, refused, saying the lady’s friend was a doctor and not a patient. After police intervened and rescued the couple, the bus was towed out of the mud and eventually rescued by Indian rescuers. However, on February 2, Nisha’s husband disappeared and her family was desperate for her to be found. Police claimed the death had been an accident and Nisha was found alive in a local temple.
While the two inc바카라idents are unlikely to have been random occurrences, they suggest a rising number of reported cases of people drowning, often of couples on dating trips or out on a business trip, resulting from the failure of rescue teams to locate either of them. In 2009, two people drowned while out on a tour of the Indian Ocean with their married colleagues on the same route, while in 2015, a 32-year-old woman became separated while traveling alone with her husband on a Sri Lankan safari. The woman died after being discovered in the middle of the day by a local fisherman.